The offshore wind industry has warmly welcomed plans from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy that Contracts for Difference (CfD) auctions will be held every two years for “less established” technologies – largely offshore
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Ofgem has set out plans for a significant code review (SCR) for electricity network charging.
National Grid made some major changes to its annual Future Energy Scenarios (FES) this year.
Before cars were invented, people who wanted to change travel wanted faster horses. Graham Oakes thinks the energy industry is at that point. The outcome of having much more data can only be surprises
The global offshore wind sector had a record year in 2017. Installations were up 87% on the previous year, according to Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) figures. That brought total global offshore installations to 18,814MW.
Aggregated Micro Power has been evolving its business model. Alongside growing a renewable heat business, it has started using its development experience to build ‘urban peaking’ plant
The government has announced that it plans to close the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme to new applications on 31 March next year. The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy said the uptake of the scheme had exceeded expectations, wi
This autumn there is likely to be more public discussion of the smart meter rollout programme as decisions about whether to move to more sophisticated Smets 2 meters or to shift the deadline loom larger.
Now is the time that companies could begin to take dramatic action to prepare for Brexit, whether that involves relocating or re-examining contracts and relationships.
Ofgem has reiterated its plans to introduce more competition in onshore networks.